GBI Partners is proud to announce the opening of our Austin office. As of September 1, 2015 we will be expanding our services to the Austin areas to accommodate the growing demand for surveying services from our clientele. GBI PARTNERS, L.P. LAND SURVEYING CONSULTANTS 1812 Centre Creek Drive, Suite 265 Austin, TX 78754 Phone: 512-296-2675 www.gbisurvey.com TBPLS Firm # 10194150
GBI Partners, L.P. is pleased to announce Alan Horton, P.E.; R.P.L.S. Executive Vice President of our new branch in Austin, TX. Alan brings 20 years of experience in the industry. He has managed a wide variety of engineering and surveying projects, involving the design of water and wastewater systems, land title surveys, subdivision platting, topographic surveys and construction phase services. He has spent the last five years providing Subsurface Utility Engineering services for large scale transportation, electric transmission and wind farm projects across the state of Texas. He has acquired diverse and comprehensive knowledge, from his experience and responsibility in engineering, land surveying and management. GBI is proud to welcome Mr. Horton to the GBI team.
GBI Partners is proud to announce the promotion of Jon P. Bordovsky, RPLS, to Executive Vice President. In Jon’s new capacity, he will be the chief operating officer for the Houston Division. Jon brings with him 18 years of experience in land surveying, his strong work ethic and influential leadership. With these qualities, GBI strives to move forward in land development support and continue to surpass industry standards for our clients.
GBI Partners is pleased to announce that Patrick Kell has joined the Executive Staff as a Senior Project Manager. Patrick Kell, RPLS joined GBI Partners, L.P. and is bringing his 19 years of experience in the Land Surveying industry to the firm. Patrick manages project needs with an emphasis on client relations in a timely fashion. Patrick is uniquely qualified in both the Oil Industry and in Land Development support.
Recently two of GBI partners, Gene Baker and Jimy Dyer, had the privilege of shooting clays at Westside Sporting Grounds, with Texas’ own Congressman Pete Olson. They were honored to participate in the event “Shooting for Freedom”. Congressman Olson humorously commented at lunch, that only in Texas could you hold this type of event for such a great cause. When Congressman Olson began reminiscing of his old high school days, he and Gene seemed to remember the same noteworthy basketball game, the time when Nolan Ryan walked into the gym and distracted Congressman Olson long enough for his opponent to score two points. Jimy’s necktie (shown in photo) is a token to remember the day he and Gene gave Congressman Pete Olson a run for his money the clay shoot.